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Old 27-06-2015, 04:35   #1
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Simrad AP16 Question

I have a Simrad AP16 control head in the cockpit. It works fine, never a problem until now. I had to remove it and the plastic bodies of the four connectors at bottom of the back had disintegrated! I only use one of them and want to keep using the control head. Does anyone have a suggestion for a sealant - adhesive to keep the plug to the processor in place, and seal the rest of the unused connectors?

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Old 27-06-2015, 06:53   #2
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Re: Simrad AP16 Question

Hey Rob
Can you use something like Butyl tape? Maybe cover that with rig wrap or rescue tape?
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